When the mass exodus from Google Reader began, I got settled in with Feedly (which I’m loving), but since a few people are over at Bloglovin, I knew I should make an appearance there too. My blog entry on Bloglovin wasn’t updating with new posts! Everyone who followed me on Google Reader and migrated over to Bloglovin was no longer getting new post updates from my blog. I went through their “Help” section to try to troubleshoot. So, I did what they told me to do and contacted customer support. Yeah, not the nicest thing ever, but come on, I was pissed. My blog is still broken (it shows the last post at April 13th..) and I have not heard back from Bloglovin again. I’m frustrated and upset that people who follow me aren’t following me because they can’t see my new posts. I’m happy for you and I’m not trying to talk you out of leaving. There’s nothing wrong with it, it’s a valid RSS feed, all the new posts are in the feed, and it works fine on Feedly, etc. I said something like “I’m frustrated that @bloglovin won’t fix my blog #ignored”.Web-rings with similar information can easily share data on their web sites to make them better and more useful.Here are some benefits of using RSS: Choose your news With RSS you can choose to view the news you want, the news that interest you and are relevant to your work.Along with creating training materials, she specializes in technical writing and how-to documentation for computer software.Johnson is a Microsoft-certified master instructor and holds a bachelor's degree in communicating technology.On the Author Central Profile tab, next to "Blogs," click add blog. Note: Make sure you enter the feed address, not the blog address.If you use Wordpress, add /feed/ to your blog's URL.
A few days went by and I saw them tweet and tweet and tweet—seemingly at everyone but me.
Here is my wordpress blog: And here is how I entered my blog feed address: Here are the instructions on how to do it which I followed: When you add a blog feed, you are linking to a blog you’ve created elsewhere.
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Facebook instant articles RSS feed not working - no articles.
I already spoke to the FB business support and so on but no matter what I do, the articles published in the rss feed do not show up in my fb page business backend. there are no errors or anything, it just says "no instant articles created". I am really out of ideas on this. Can anybody help and maybe point me.…